Don't get me wrong, I've got plenty of projects to work on, but I'm not sure what I should be, well, working on. You see, it's even put off my writing.
I suffer from what I call the hesitation factor. If I get too many options in front of me then I freeze up. Perhaps this is one good reason that I don't drink coffee. I imagine myself standing at the order register, staring at the board for like five minutes before someone would gently (I hope) push me out of the way so they could order.
There are at least four, no, five writing projects that I want to be doing:
-Babes in Spyland seasons 3-5
-YA Contemporary Fantasy that needs yet another revision...I think (Big revision)
-YA Post Apocalyptic awesomeness that has a rough draft and a new outline
-Adult Sci-Fi--sort of Leverage meets Firefly
-Adult or just above YA story of voodoo magic and very scary stuff
How do I choose?
I'm going to attended Writing and Illustrating for Young Readers in June, and I need to have the first ten pages of something as well as a synopsis to my group by Saturday.
What do I send???
I hate deciding. Sorry this whole post is about me, but I'm stressed, and can't figure out what I should be doing. Each story has its own appeal for me, so I'd love to work on any of them. All at once, if I could manage it (that's the overacheiver in me).
Does anyone else have this problem, or am I just that special?